The Delhi High Court has rejected the plea of an accused, facing trial along with other 13 Indian Mujahideen suspects in the 2008 serial blasts cases, challenging its administrative order to transfer the trials to another court.
Suspected Indian Mujahideen
terrorist Salman Ahmed, who was arrested in UP for his alleged
involvement in several bomb blasts, was today brought here and
produced before a court which sent him to eight-day police
A Delhi court on Thursday sent a
suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) terrorist to seven days`
judicial custody in a case relating to synchronised explosions
that killed 26 people here on September 13, 2008.
A Delhi court on Friday extended by
six days the police remand of suspected Indian Mujahideen
terrorist Shahzad to allow further probe into his alleged role
in the September 2008 serial blasts in the national capital.
A court here on Saturday asked the Delhi police to provide a copy of the CD prepared on the basis of material allegedly retrieved from a laptop of a suspected IM terrorist to all accused in September 13 serial blast cases.
A court here transferred the
five cases relating to Delhi serial blasts of September 13
last year to a sessions court following the appearance of 11
accused through video-conferencing from Ahmedabad jail.
Delhi police on Thursday accused a
suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorist in a court here of conspiring with co-accused to hack a wi-fi system to send emails
minutes before serial blasts in the national capital last